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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1917)
Published Eve* y Thursday
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at Clo-
verdale, Tillamook County, .Oregon, un
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
eludes also the sat of Inmllng f . ( !\ Falls, which was the heaviest sufferer
is a question put up to Attorn* y Gen of 47 towns in the slate last mouth,
eral Brown by State Game Warden j For the purpose, if possible, of hav-
Shoemaker, and the attorney general lug counties containing Oregon
holds that It Includes the aet of land forma laud grants a it togenther in
Ing the fish as well as taking It In the the collection of interest and penalties
net. Under a law of the last legisla- on taxes from the government, dis-
ture fishing for salmon with a purs trlct attorneys of the interested coun-
net is prescribed in. id of a certain ties held u mooting in Salem Tuesday,
dead line near Astoria. Purse s* incis
To get a year ahead in tho com-
As a result of a conference between caught fish up to the deadline closed pletion of contracts for highway pav-
residents of Aurora, Hubbard and the purse and dragged their fish in H'K under the $6.000,000 bonding act
Woodburn. S. Benson, chairman of the the net across the pi scribed waters, Is
B0!*l toward whiih the state
state highway commission, and o ffi where they were landtd.
.highway commission is now working.
cials of the Southern Pacific railroad, j Seven women nominated by the Or*
January 31, 1918, the commission
the location of the 10 miles of pave gon Agricultural college for county hopes to have all work let for next
ment to be laid along the Pacific high
agent work in connection with the >ear-
way In Clackamas and Marion coun food conservation campaign in or*
Harvey Wells, state iasurauce com-
ties may be changed to points on the gon have been appointed
the mtssioner, announces that in a few
highway In the same counties where United States department of agricul day* deputies from his department
rock is available.
ture and are to r port at once for w ' !l make a complete survey of the
Edna Gregory, wife of Carl Gregory, duty in their respective districts, ns Astoria waterfront and business dis-
*»■ 11 contemplated in-
an employe of one of the sheep com fntlows: Miss Martha n, hen O t l Ule trict <“
panies at Pendleton, was arrested on boro. Hood River. Wasco and Sher- <-‘*«'**08 1» rates of Insurance are jus
the charge of sending poisoned candy man counties; Miss t iara May Mur- titiotl._ _
A bean crop of nt least 30 per cent
through the mails. The candy, n small phy. of Portland. Umatilla, Union and
box, was received by Mrs. May Clark, Baker counties; Miss \nne Met’or- is assured in the Willamette valley, ac-
of Pendleton, February 9, by special mick, of Lebanon, Josephine and Jack cording to the estimates of the Salem
sen counties; Miss Ruth Corbett, of j Emit comrany, which has contracts
Declaring the selective draft
is Corvallis. Douglas and l ane counties; [ with bean growers throughout the
working a great hardship on the wool- Miss Bertha Edv ards, of Monroe, j 'a lley. In some localities there will
growing industry, by taking away ex I Linn, Benton and Lincoln counties; | he hardly 25 per cent of what was
pert herders, a number of prominent I Miss Loiene Parkei, of Salem. Marlon ■ expected a month ago, while again a
eastern Oregon sheepmen telegraphed and Clarkamas coumles; Miss Nell ' number of growers report fine ccn-
to Senator Chamberlain to use his in Sykes, of Salem, r<>lk, Yamhill and I ditlons.
fluence to secure exemption for bona Washington counties.
Brief Items of Interest from Various Towns in
N. Y. E. Scott, of Philomath, was
One Year, in advance.................... $1.00 accidentally killed while deer hunting
Bix Months ...................................... 50
Three Months .................................. 25 on Mary’s creek.
Single C opy......................................... 05
Hotels and private homes In Bend
finding it almost impossible to se
A dvertising R ates
cure female help.
Displayed Advertisements. 00 cents per
The state board of conciliation re
inch per month, single column. All
Local Reading Notices, 10 cents per cently appointed by the governor held
line for each insertion.
Its first meeting at Portland.
Timber land notices
The Southern Pacific company re
Political Announcement Cards
$10.00 ported to the public service commis
sion a net car shortage In the state of
J ob D epartment
My Job Department is complete in every
The state Endeavor union will hold
respect and I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short Its third annual Institute at Wichita.
notice at reasonable Di'ices.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mon
T H U R S D A Y . A U G U ST 30, 1917.
Cranberry raisers of
report a probable average crop this
THE PRESIDENT’ S REPLY TO THE POPE. year, although the berries w ill
I f and when President Wilson replies | small.
to Pope Benedict’s peace proposal, says
Fires near the headwaters of Lake
an eastern exchange, be probably will creek, In western Lane, have destroy-
write a personal letter to him. It will \ ed more than 1,000,000 feet of green
be an unofficial letter from a citizen of timber.
the United States to another private
Women in wartime work are be
coming common on Coos bay and
The president will write to Pope Ben there are many fillin g places formerly
edict as if he were w riting to the Episco held by men.
pal bishop of Massachusetts, a Metho
With orders to shoot to kill, federal
dist bishop, a moderator of a Presby
troops have been dispatched* to every
terian assembly or a distinguished
section of western Oregon to guard
clergyman in any foreign country.
the timber belt.
The pope does not communicate with
The Oregon Normal school at Mon
the United States government through
mouth will be opened on September 24
the secretary of state or any other dip
instead of September 10, as previous
lomatic channel— because the Vatican is
not recognized by the United States
The Everfresh plant, at Sutherlin,
government a3 a sovereign power.
is installing two huge vats holding
To the American government, t! e
20,000 fallens each, for the itanufact-
pope is the spiritual leader of milli< ns |
ure of cider vinegar.
of Christians. We maintain no diplo^l
While kindling a fire at her home
raatic representative at the Vatican and
near Hillsboro, Mrs. J. B. McNew, 68,
the papal legate in the United States is
was so severely burned that she died
not a member of the diplomatic corps.
within a few minutes.
I t is only with Austria that the Vati
Reports received from Douglas coun
can today maintains full diplomatic re
ty indicate that most of the forest
fires which have been raging for the
When the pope speaks through the
past few’ weeks are now under con
papal secretary of state, Cardinal Gas-
parri, the communication at Vienna is
SA1 Kullk and Alex Aushiki, em
treated exactly as the communication
ployes at the Big Creek Logging com
from a sovereign power.
pany’s camp at Knappa, were burned
When the pope speaks at the head of
to death while trying to escape from a
the church in his encyclicals addressed
to the church or to mankind in general
The annual Hood R iver apple pack
lie is speaking in another capacity—ns
ing school, held under the auspices of
the spiritual father of his church and
the Apple Growers’ association, w ill
an adherent and expounder of the teach
begin September 17 and continue for j
ings of Christ.
Austria and the Hapeburg dynasty
The snows that covered the earth
maintain today the same relations
during the most of last winter and the
which existed when the pope and the
extremely low temperatures prevail
emporer of Germanic “ Holy Roman
ing decimated grouse In the Hood
Em pire,” founded by Charlemagne,
were in theory the joint rulers of
The Suttles lake Irrigation district,
The Hapsburgs once
in Jefferson county, Is preparing to
swayed that sceptor with the consent
apply to the state securities commis
and blessings of the pope, and in theory
sion to certify a proposed bond Issue
the relations have never been changed.
for the district.
Other nations maintain modified dip
Polk county^ prune crop, which had
lomatic relations with the pope.
promised to be one of the best in sev
Both Germany and Great Britain
transacts business with the Vatican eral years, now appears to be afflicted
through diplomatic agents. Both these with a mysterious disease which Is
empires have many millions of Mibjects causing the fruit to drop seriously.
who owe spiritual allegiance to the holy
The desert land board has petitioned
Spain nnd some of the South Am eri the secretary of the Interior to ex
can republics also maintain diplomatic tend the time for the completion of
relations with the Vatican, although the what is known as the Paisley Carey
extent of their relations has been in act project, in Lake count}', for five
creasingly limited in recent years.
France, Italy and Portugal, although years from September 11, 1917.
Willamette valley loganberry crop
the vast bulk of their people are spirit
ual children of the pope, do not main la very 6hort this year.
tain any diplomatic relations with the reports the local juice factory hand
Vatican and do not recognize any sover
ling only 90.000 pounds of berries this
eign power as residing in the pope.
Under the czars, Russia recognized season against 250,000 pounds in 1916.
the |>npe in a diplomatic way, for the Lack of rain is given as the reason for
transaction of temporal business, al the shortage.
though the czar himself was a rival re
George W. France, postmaster at
ligious potentate anil the spiritual head
of that branch of the Christian church Ten Mile, Douglas county, was Indict
which practices the eastern or Greek ed by the federal grand jury under the
rit‘.«s, as distinguished from the Roman. federal espionage act, recently enact
To the czar the pope was only the
bishop of Rome in a religious sense, hut ed, on the specific charge of attempt
to the czar’ s Polish subjects the pope ing to Influence young men not to
was the head of the church.
enlist In the army or navy.
The Russian republic ha9, of course,
Several California operators in oil
dissolved all these complicated relations.
have m*n in Coca county, securing
leases on lands altufted about Coos
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that the County bav and one companj- of Los Angeles
Court of Tillamook County, Oregon, wifi promoters is signing
until 10 o’clock, a. m., on Septeint>er start drilling w ith !« four
14, 1917, receive sealed proposals for
constructing a concrete viaduct over from the time -of eloffng leases.
Beaver Creek in the tow n of Beaver, ac
Water rights for iitrleation. mining
cording to plans and specifications on end other 1/ official uses that have
hie in the office of the County Clerk of
been acquired upon lands in the Ore
Tillamook Countv. Each proposal shall
be accompanied by a certitied check, gon Calilorr ’ a railrcwi land grant will
cash or bidder’s bond made payable to be protected under -the federal laws,
Erwin Harrison, Countv Clerk. equal in according to Jam «» T. Chinnock, su
amount to 5 per cent of the total amount perintendent o f waf«sr division No. 1.
of bid. All proposals must he made on
Special Instruction in food conser
the form furnished by the County
vation will be givrn at all teachers’
The County Court reserves the right institutes and all county and district
to reject any or all bids.
fairs held in Oregon this year, accord
to co-operative plans agreed upon
by* Herbert C. Hoover and President
First publication August 30, 191?.
Last publication September 13, 1917.
W^J. K e jr..o f the. Oregon Agricultural
Dissatisfaction of the Klamath In
Car shortage and stringency in the dians culminated in a tribal meeting,
labor market are so hindering con at which Clayton Kirk. C harles Hood.
tractors on state highway work that Abraham Charley, Drumer David, Har
the state highway commission ordered rison Brown, Samuel Clinton and Sup
State Highway Engineer Nunn to erintendent Asbery were speakers.
make a reduction in his forces to cor The Indians declared themselves cap
respond to the slackened pace in high able of self-government and asked inat
li. N. H E N K E L , Proprietor.
some of their vast resources be made
Night and Day calls
The United States war department, available for immediate use. Criticism
PI Out ptlv at tended.
through the military attache of the j of the present prac! < e nl ttie Govern
British embassy in Washington, has i ment in dealing with the Indians was | Sixth Street at Second Avenue Fast
asked for the release of Lieutenant ! made and resolutions were adopted
Colonel Leader, of the British army, • asking the government to give the TIL L A M O O K ,
from service in England, that he may Indians a chance.
Work of opening the central Ore
become military Instructor in the Uni
gon highway, which will extend from
versity of Oregon.
The public service commission ha3 the Idaho state line to the sea. was
Tbo Best Antiseptic
ordered a number of safeguards in begun last week, when a ere v of
stalled at the road crossing of the engineers working under the direc
Portland Railway, Light & Power tion of the state engineering depart I I.yseptic is completely snlualdc in
company tracks at Hogan, 'near Port ment, pitched camp and started work water. A teaspoon full to one quart of
land, where an accident occurred June on survey of the portion of the pro water is tin* average strength to he used
28 causing the death of Mr. and Mrs. posed road from Eugene to Deadwood, for antiseptic, germicide, deoderants,
C. E. Lindsey and Miss Helen Metz in the coast mountains. The three wounds, outs, nail punctures, mange,
links of this highway will be the pro
hoof rot, mud fever, lice, tleas, dandruff,
posed road from Florence to Kugene,
H. P. Barss. head of the plant path
shampoo, Ix i.ig of a soapy nature proves
the road from Eugene through the
ology department at the Oregon A gri
very effective for washing the animals'
McKenzie pass to Mitchell and the
and "table uteneils, and if used in gen-
cultural college, has b< < n appointed
John Day highway from Mltt4icll to
; eral, improves stable conditions, infect-
chief collaborator of the national plant
Ontario, on thp lduho boundary.
j ion, among cattle, abortion, foul dis-
dl&case survey for Oregon.
Members of the I. W. W. are charg
''hai .'o and externally to prevent the
asking for volunteers to assist
ed with $163,000 of the total fire loss Spread of diseases.
gathering and reporting information j
of $420,870 in Oregon during July, in
on plant diseases in every part of the
a report issued by State Fire Marshal
Wells, by causing fires at Klamath RpiiaiiinEruflflisl, Tillamook, Ore.
Secretary Lea has made final an
nouncement of the following livestock • ME*
l ( « l
V» • <
judges for the Oregon state fair this
year: C. A. Saunders, Manila, la.;
Thomas W. Brunk, Eola. Or.; Carlos I
W. Hall, Denver; Latimer Wilson,!
Creston, la.; Harry WIlBon, Downers j
Grove, 111. and T. B. Johnson, of La
In ever line of Merchandise, hut none
more especially than in
By a deed filed for record at Astoria j
the Dubois Lumber company sells to i
the Oregon American Lumber com j
pany large tracts of timber land In
Clatsop and Tillamook
Our large stock is in every instance the best that can he had
counties. The consideration was $3. |
and our aim will he to keep the high standard up.
650,000. This deed Is the cnnsummi
tlon of th" purchase of vast timber j
holdings in this section by the Kories j
interests of Salt Lake.
A ll old officers and employes of the
industrial accident commission, with
the exception of the commissioners
themselves, are to receive increases in
salaries, beginning August 1. by an
order Just issued by the commission
The order affect* 36 employes, and
amounta to approximately
month in additional pay.
The last legislature appropriated
$10,153.68 toward handling the flax
Industry of the state with the express
And everything usually kept in a first-class hardware store, and
provision attached that the name is
all goods are of tiie best quality.
to be returned from the ieceipta for
sales of flax during 1917-18. Present
indications make it appear that it will
be impossible to meet this legislative
provision. Apparently there will be a
failure of the flax crop, owing to bad
All records for industrial set idents
r Ç O M O MIC A ND M I L I T A R Y
in one week were broken by report*
to the state industrial accident com
mission for the week ending August
23. The number of accidents reached
465, of which six were fatal. The fatal
lo » . l - e I Inn in r a m p i , I . r t u n . i In a n i t r a l , . H
accidents were: A. J. KILbe, Sbedd.
e c l e n t l f l r « S u r a t I n n , n f l a r e (u lt nn uertunlttee ta
construction; Roby Floyd Khull, Myr
M IL IT A R Y O R I L I . DOMESTIC SCIENCE
tle Point, logging; James MrCanna.
A RTS AMO COMMERCE
Klamath Falla, logging, Henry Nlenii
F l« n fa r « f f a c t i v a f u t « . « ta r v lc a . Yeue aewntry
Astoria, light and power; G. A. Hardy.
n e e d a lt. Sand «e r tran illu stra ted b o o k le t* ."T ra in
Brain fa r P a a t a ar W a r " and " T l l « W anten and
Freewater, threshing; James McCoy
H l« U n tre re Ity ." A d d ra ae B agla tra r,
UNIVERSITY OF ORI COM. E u o e m . O r fç t»
Whether fishing for salmon la the
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
GHAS. I. CLOUGH,
Shell and Heavy Hardware
Stoves, Ranges, Furai undj |] ^
jit"; g j
AleX McNair & Co., Tillamook, Ore.
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
the act of catching the flah duly o ; In